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1 SESSION IV PART 1 Panel Discussion of SMS Joint Meeting of the FSF 61 st Annual International Air Safety Seminar IASS, IFA 38 th International Conference, and IATA

2 Panel Discussion of SMS The Moderator David Mawdsley

3 Panel Discussion of SMS The Implementers Peter Simpson, Cathay Pacific Robert Dodd, Qantas Jacqueline Booth-Bourdeau, Transport Canada Civil Aviation Gerhard Gruber, Vienna Airport

4 Are You Ready? Providers are responsible for establishing an SMSProviders are responsible for establishing an SMS States are responsible for the acceptance and oversight of providers SMSStates are responsible for the acceptance and oversight of providers SMS

5 2009 A Time for SMS Implementation and Integration

6 SMS Panel Member Perspectives

7 Our SMS Message The Panel Support Papers FSF International Advisory Committee SMS Position Paper – David Mawdsley, Superstructure Group Safety Management Systems – Simplifying the Business – Peter Simpson, Cathay Pacific Airways Using an Integrated Causal Model to Better Manage Airline Risk – Robert Dodd, Qantas Airways Assessing Compliance in An SMS Environment: A Systems Approach to Oversight – Jacqueline Booth-Bourdeau, Transport Canada Civil Aviation Airport Safety Management Systems – Gerhard Gruber, Vienna AP SMS Implementation in an Expanding MROs – Mark Hayman, Director (Engineering), Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Company

8 Safety Management Systems Simplifying the Business Peter Simpson, Manager Air Safety

9 SMS - StB Even the experts are casting SMS in a negative light – costly, time consuming, difficult, complex. SMS has become the buzzword of the 2000s, replacing TQM and the quality frenzy of the 1990s. A Safety Management System is simply a system for managing safety. Managing safety is about managing risk. SMS is not new, airlines have always managed safety and risk, but it wasnt called SMS until 1990s Most airlines (inc those with IOSA) have an SMS or at least the basic components

10 SMS - StB Having an SMS does not make an airline safe, but an airline cannot be safe without an SMS. The challenge is to make the SMS effective Effective safety management requires a good safety culture Back to basics – identify risk, asses risk, manage risk An integrated system is not a single system or a single department

11 Evolution of the Qantas Safety Management System Robert Dodd

12 Evolution of the Qantas SMS Data focus Investigation Quality Audits Measure Safety Performance Feedback process SMS Elements Assess System Integrated SMS Managerial Accountability Multiple source Enterprise Risk Causal Framework Risk Estimation based on TEM model Risk Driven Engineered Accountable

13 Data Focus

14 Risk Driven Engineered Process

15 System Performance Measures

16 Integrated System Assessment

17 Enterprise Risk – Causal Framework

18 Transport Canadas System Level Approach to Regulatory Oversight Jacqueline Booth-Bourdeau Transport Canada Civil Aviation

19 SMS in the Canadian Context SMS and the Canadian Aviation Regulations SMS Implementation process SMS Challenges: Industry and the Regulator Drivers of change: A new approach to oversight

20 Transport Canadas Assessment Methodology Audit versus Assessment: Whats the difference? Transport Canadas assessment methodology –Expectations –Questions –Scoring Criteria Benefits of the assessment approach

21 Airport Safety Management Systems Gerhard Gruber Manager Airport Operations Vienna International Airport

22 Airport Safety Management Systems As of 24th November 2005 a certified aerodrome shall have in operation a Safety Management System

23 Airport Safety Management Systems Rapid air transport growth –Number of aerodromes –Expansion of aerodromes Increasing aerodrome privatization trend Increasing adoption of –BOT (Build, Operate and Transfer) –BOO (Built, Operate and Own) for the development of new and the expansion of existing aerodromes Global interest on aviation safety The reasons behind:

24 Airport Safety Management Systems To have a safety policy and organization To ensure staff safety awareness To verify externally provided goods and services To have effective monitoring systems To detect changes which could affect safety To detect deviations from standards To respond to changes in requirements To comply with State regulations Responsibilities of the Aerodrome Operator:

25 SMS in a Maintenance & Repair Organisation SMS Implementation in an Expanding MRO

26 SMS for Air Traffic Management A EUROCONTROL Perspective of SMS Implementation

27 A Road to Global SMS Integration

28 SMS Panel Discussion

29 Questions Please! - From Audience to Panel SMS Panel


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